Rachel Olsen on "Rest, Rise, & Work"

My wife forwarded a devotion to me this week that opens with the question: "What time did your day begin today?" It is a great summary of the Hebrew understanding of day/night and work/rest.  Here's a quote: 
A secular rhythm of life makes work primary. We work first, then go from work to vacation. In contrast, a sacred rhythm makes rest primary, moving us from God-ordained rest into our vocation. The sacred rhythm is rest, rise, work rather than rise, work, rest. Let that difference sink in and sway the seat of your soul. 
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